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Joshua L. Rosenbloom

Baby Boomers and Immigrants on the Range: Population Trends in Kansas
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The State of Innovation in Kansas
Joshua L. Rosenbloom

Sizing up Kansas Public Finance
Glenn W. Fisher, H. Edward Flentje, W. Bartley Hildreth, and John D. Wong

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City-County Consolidation: Reshaping the Local Government Landscape

Suzanne M. Leland

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